Danielle Stislicki murder: Floyd Galloway has another new trial date

Stislicki went missing December 2016, man charged with murder

Floyd Galloway

The man charged in connection with the 2016 murder of Danielle Stislicki has new trial date set for March 2022.

Stislicki walked out of her office on Dec. 2, 2016, and was never seen again. Her body was never found. Floyd Galloway, a former security guard who worked in her office, has been charged in her murder. His new trial date is set for March 29, 2022.

Danielle Stislicki

Stislicki and Galloway were seen outside of her office the night she disappeared. Police searched Galloway’s home in Berkley and removed many items, including a mattress. Galloway admitted to sexually attacking a jogger at Hines Park in Livonia, an attack that happened three months before Stislicki went missing. That guilty plea will not be allowed in his murder trial.

There have been many delays in Galloway’s murder trial since was first ordered to stand trial back in September 2019. There have been new lawyers, the coronavirus pandemic and Galloway’s attorney has complained about not receiving all the needed documentation.

Now they’re set to begin the trial in March.



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